milk chocolate

noun

Definition of milk chocolate

: chocolate made with milk solids — compare dark chocolate, white chocolate

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Using a peeler, create small curls of milk chocolate and top each cupcake with a curl. Kelsey Kloss, ELLE Decor, "3 Father's Day Cupcakes To Match His Favorite Drink," 14 June 2016 The peanut butter cookie dough is as smooth as our milk chocolate ice cream. Erin Edgemon, AL.com, "Blue Bell combines 2 favorites in new ice cream flavor," 26 Mar. 2018 Triple-Chocolate Cake Creamy milk chocolate mousse is sandwiched between chocolaty cake layers. Fox News, "Decadent chocolate cakes," 27 Jan. 2016 One of my favorites is her salted dark chocolate layer cake with milk chocolate ganache. Margaux Laskey, The Seattle Times, "Wrap up one of these sweet cookbooks for the home bakers in your life," 11 Dec. 2018 There were no shades that really faded into my milk chocolate skin. Jessica Cruel, SELF, "9 Nude Bra and Underwear Options That Really Work for Brown Skin," 20 July 2018 Jacques and Rose brought along four flights of chocolate and walked us through everything from smooth, consistent, 32% cacao milk chocolate all the way up through fruity, spiky, 70% cacao Venezuelan dark chocolate. Lauren Oster, Redbook, "Chocolate Deconstructed," 4 Mar. 2010 The tons of liquid milk chocolate covering a highway in Poland is hardening, blocking traffic and creating a nightmare for clean-up crews. Sean Rossman, USA TODAY, "Tons of chocolate spilled onto Polish highway after a truck overturned. Now it's hardening," 9 May 2018 Kitchen Sink Cookie Aptly named, this treat includes both semi-sweet and milk chocolate, caramel, and pretzel pieces, baked into a salty dough. Health.com, "The 4 Healthiest Menu Items at Panera Bread (Plus 3 Things to Avoid)," 13 July 2018

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First Known Use of milk chocolate

1900, in the meaning defined above

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milk chocolate

noun

English Language Learners Definition of milk chocolate

: a kind of chocolate that is made with milk

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